Defense for Sex Crime Convictions in Bethesda, MD
The Penalties Are Steep:
It’s Worth It to Fight Back Against Sex Crimes Charges
When lawyers talk about penalties, they usually mean penalties for a criminal conviction. Individuals charged with sex crimes, however, face serious social stigmas even if they are not convicted. We can help.
The Law Offices of Lloyd A. Malech ∙ Bethesda, Maryland & Washington, DC
Maryland: 301.913.9119 ∙ DC: 202.441.2107
If you are accused of or arrested for any type of sex crime — including rape, sexual assault, sex with a minor, possession of child pornography, or Internet solicitation— that arrest will be part of your criminal record. Your criminal record is available to employers and landlords who perform a background check.
If you are convicted, you will almost certainly have to register on a public sex offender registry — sometimes for 10 years, and sometimes for life. In both Maryland and DC, the sex offender registry is a publicly accessible database that includes detailed personal information about people convicted of sex crimes.
An Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer With a Record of Success
Our law firm is led by seasoned trial lawyer Lloyd A. Malech, who has practiced criminal law in Maryland and DC for 20+ years. Mr. Malech’s record shows a long-standing dedication to the rights of criminal defendants in all cases, as well as a history of success defending clients in difficult and emotional cases, including false allegations of child sexual abuse.
In the News: View Mr. Malech’s TV appearance on FOX-5 News, where he discusses the laws in Maryland and the District regarding sexual conduct of minors.
Immediate Appointments Available
To schedule a confidential appointment with attorney Lloyd A. Malech, call 301.913.9119 or 202.441.2107, or contact us online. We return all phone calls and e-mails promptly.
Why Choose Us?
- 20+ Years in Practice
- Convenient Hours and Location
- Reasonable and Competitive Rates
- We Make Your Problem, Our Problem
- Substantial Knowledge of MD/DC Courts